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Re: Switching batteries to start the motor.

Originally Posted by L124C View Post
I wonder why the remaining good battery didn't pick up the slack and avoid the alarm? Glad it didn't, but just wondering.
If you really were on both then it should have! You either weren't on both or you've got some other issue going on.

(also you shouldn't be switched to both unless something is charging)
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